I am a dedicated mental health practitioner and educator committed to supporting youth, adults and families from a feminist anti-oppressive framework. I strongly believe that individuals are the experts in their own lives. I feel it’s important to work collaboratively with individuals to create conversations that honour their lived experiences. I especially welcome BIPOC, LGBTQ+, Indigenous, immigrants, women and other non-dominant peoples to be in community with me. My foundation as an educator is grounded in a culturally competent worldview that encourages transformative knowledge exchange and critical pedagogy.
I welcome and honour all the identities and stories you wish to bring into our counselling session. Some identities that shape my worldview and inform my counselling practice are: refugee, uninvited settler, daughter, sister, auntie, queer, book lover, first generation university graduate, dog mom, wife, mindfulness practitioner, a teen of the 90s, and a life long learner.
Counselling is a commitment to your own healing and liberation. I truly believe it’s important to take the time to find the counsellor that is the best fit. Contact me for a complimentary 20 minute phone consultation to see if we may be a good fit.